“Carol I” University Foundation debuted in 2013 with a scholarship program designed for young people with outstanding performance. Following a selection process conducted during November-December 2012, the founding members chose three valedictorians from the Faculties of Mathematics, History and respectively Journalism and Communication. The achievement scholarships offered by the Foundation are meant to help them continue their Master studies throughout the year 2013.
The three Master students are Alexandra Otiman, Andreea Lupşor şi Mădălina Popîrţaru, three young women with extraordinary accomplishments and aspirations, ideals and values alike. Three young women who deserve our support. Let’s meet them!
Mădălina Popîrţaru has a degree in Communication and Public Relations where she graduated as valedictorian of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Bucharest. She is currently completing a Master program in “Analytic Philosophy”, and is pursuing a BA from the Faculty of Law of the same university. She has an impressive list of extracurricular activities, including internship programs at the Superior Council of Magistracy, the Presidential Administration and the Legal Resources Centre. Madalina speaks English and French.
Alexandra Otiman has a double Bachelor Degree from the Faculties of Mathematics and Computer Science, where she graduated as valedictorian, and International Relations and European Studies at the University of Bucharest.She is attending a MS in cryptology and coding theory at the same University. She is currently a research assistant at the Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy and deals mainly with the study of invariants in analytic geometry. Alexandra speaks fluent English and German.
Andreea Lupşor graduated as valedictorian from the Faculty of History at the University of Bucharest and attends a Master program in History and Civilization – Contemporary History at the same university. Andreea is editor at Historia Magazine and speaks English, French and Russian.